26 FREE Hispanic Heritage Month Coloring Pages to Help You Celebrate Latino Culture in 2023!
Every year from September 15th to October 15th in the U.S. we celebrate Hispanic people, their culture, traditions, and their contributions to the United States. Hispanic Americans, whose predecessors come from Spanish-speaking countries such as Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela, make up 19% of the U.S. population. Why do we celebrate the Latino community, and how has it positively influenced the American nation? This article will give you 26 unique Hispanic Heritage Month coloring pages exploring the culture and legacy of these natives! All pages and FREE to print, so you can share them with your kids, and students, or color them yourself!
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Easy Hispanic Heritage Month Coloring Pages
The Hispanic and Latinx communities have one of the richest cultures with a world-renowned impact on music, art, food, and leadership. This month-long celebration aims to pay homage to every single native person who has given back to their communities and impacted society in small or big ways.
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Two Mariachi Men Playing a Trumpet and a Spanish Guitar
This celebration dates back over 50 years and each year the Hispanic Alliance, as well as other organizations, aim to celebrate a wide number of Hispanic individuals who have enriched their community and work towards building a brighter future for the current and future generations.
Simple Frida Kahlo Coloring Page
One of the most well-known Hispanic figures to this day is the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. Her art was heavily influenced by the national patriotic movement of Mexico which was put into fruition after the Mexican Revolution in the early 20s. In her work, she uses techniques inspired by pre-Columbian and Mexican folk art and herself as a main object. Apart from her cultural contributions, Frida Kahlo had a flamboyant personality and led a vibrant, multifaceted life. Her personal life, the unconditional love she had for the Mexican culture, and her undeniable strength have cemented her place in history as one of the most influential Hispanic women of our time.
Traditional Spanish Dancers
Another notable aspect of the native Hispanic and Latino people is their family values. You’ve probably watched many movies where you’ve seen how close-knit their communities are and how protective they feel of those closest to them. If you’ve ever wondered whether this is a made-up movie concept or an actual fact – it is 100% real! Hispanic families value loyalty, good manners, and respect for the elderly above anything! Traditional Latinos swear by 4 values in life – familism, traditionalism, respect, and religion.
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Simple Coloring Pages Celebrating Hispanic Culture
Two Female Mariachi
Traditional Poncho and Sombrero
Spanish Skeleton Musician with a Sombrero and a Spanish Guitar
Sombrero with Mustaches
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month Lettering
Sombrero and a Classic Spanish Guitar
A bullfighter (Matador)
Female Flamenco Dancer
Female Skeleton Flamenco Dancer
A Cactus with a Sombrero and Spanish Guitar
More Hispanic Heritage Month Coloring Pages
Mexican Sugar Skull
Potted Cacti, Spanish Guitar and a Sombrero
Mexican Red-Crowned Parrot and Traditional Local Flowers
Mexican Vaquero and a Flamenco dancer
Chili Pepper with a Mustache and a Sombrero in Hand
Female Flamenco Dancer Detailed Coloring Page
Female Mariachi Band
4 Men Mariachi Band
Cactus with Maracas and Sombrero in the Desert
Potted Cactus with a Mustache, Sombrero and a Spanish Guitar